- Nov 6, 2014
The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) will host a press briefing on President Obama's upcoming trips to the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation in Beijing, the G-20 summit in Australia, and the East Asia Summit in Myanmar.
- Oct 15, 2014
The CSIS Energy and National Security Program hosted an off-the-record roundtable discussion on the geostrategic implications of the U.S. shale revolution for Asia. The energy security effects of the U.S. unconventional oil and gas revolution are already visible with natural gas previously destined for the U.S. now directed towards Asian markets.
- Sep 18, 2014
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit New York and Washington later this month. During his visit, he will engage with the Obama administration, business leaders, and the Indian-American community. On September 18, we will preview his trip using three key parameters: security relations, trade relations, and the role of the diaspora.
- Jul 23, 2014
Please join us for the launch of a new book that exposes the battles taking places across India between powerful vested interests and those trying to foster change.
- Jun 18, 2014
Please join us for a session on India's likely policy priorities with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the helm. Since assuming office, Mr. Modi has signaled a proactive approach toward regional engagement and set in motion steps toward more dynamic governance, in line with high public expectations from his government.
- Jun 11, 2014With the fourth Conference on Interactions and Confidence Building Measures in Asia (CICA) summit meeting recently concluded in Shanghai in late May, the question of CICA’s current and future role as a multilateral forum has never been more topical.Jun 9, 2014
Please join us for a session exploring the growing commercial ties between India and China. Mr. Pranay Verma, an Indian diplomat whose former postings include Beijing, will deliver introductory remarks.Jun 6, 2014
The Central Asian states possess abundant energy resources, while Afghanistan and Pakistan face energy deficits and must import electricity to meet domestic demands. Thus, trade in electricity between these states, in which the resources of the former would help address the energy deficits of the latter, would be universally beneficial – with significant implications for the region.Jun 5, 2014
For nearly three decades, the availability of secure energy supplies in Afghanistan was significantly disrupted by conflict. Pakistan’s energy sector is in crisis, with endemic load shedding and governance, efficiency, and competitiveness problems.May 7, 2014
The CSIS Project on Prosperity and Development cordially invites you to:
Typhoon Haiyan: Lessons Learned in Effective Coordination of International Disaster Relief
Maria Andrelita S. Austria